Cat decor can be difficult, but if done right, it can be classy
HAHA just kidding! not that kind of cat decor
I am talking about decorating your home around the limitations of a cat. See with dogs, you have to contend with chewing and hair. With cats you have chewing, hair, scratching, AND a giant box of stink litter. While the first three cat be helped with training and cleaning, the last one is more difficult to work into your decor (unless you train your cat to go in the toilet, then kudos on you).
So I thought I would share some ideas on how to hide the "box o' shame":
From Ikea Hackers, we have this clever littler box hidden in a cabinet. That will help keep the smell in too!
From Apartment Therapy, there is a unique idea of punching a cat door in a closet and storing it out of site. This might be a better idea for a lesser used closet...you don't want those scents on your clothing!! One of my friends has something like this for the cat to go use the litterbox in her basement.
I have also seen litter boxes hidden in fake plants and in side tables! Tell me- where do you hide one? Which room is best?